Eagles-7 Fresh Drain is a cleaner and odor eliminator for drain lines and grease traps. It works by degrading and eliminating organics as well as eliminating odors caused by incomplete digestion of malodorous volatile fatty acids. Give Eagles-7 Fresh Drain a try, visit a location near you.
|"For months my house had a horrible odor I could not find the source of the foul odor till my brother came over for a visit. I was so embarrassed by the smell; he allowed the smell was coming from my sink drain. He recommended I get a bottle of Eagles-7 Septic Clean I poured it down both drains and within minutes the odor was gone and has yet to return of course I now treat all drains, as well as, toilets with Eagles-7 Septic Clean once a month."
- MB – Miami, FL
Fresh Drain is designed to provide exceptional performance for the following applications.
Drain lines and grease traps- degrades and eliminates organics found in drain lines and grease traps. Regular addition of Fresh Drain maintains a cleaner and odor-free system.
Fresh Drain eliminates odors caused by incomplete digestion of malodorous volatile fatty acids.
Bathroom cleaner and odor controller- penetrates into cracks, crevices and pores of surfaces where organics accumulate, actually removing the organics to leave a visually cleaner surface. Provides long-term odor control by removing the organics that cause odors and preventing the return of odor-causing compounds.
- A stable consortium of safe Bacillus spores.
- Production of multiple enzymes providing a wide range of degradation capabilities.
- A synergistic blend that works in concert to provide superior performance across multiple applications.
Excretion of high levels of amylase, cellulose, lipase, and protease enzymes.
Ability to work under aerobic conditions.
Surfactants are used in Eagles-7 Septic Clean to disperse part of the organic waste to allow more surface area for the bacteria to attach. The bacteria will recognize the presence of different organic waste products in the water then will swim over to the food and attach to it. Then they secrete the appropriate enzymes to break down the waste into microscopic particles that are fed to the bacteria...read more.